Bernhard Rohrer wrote:
> I am currently trying to convert my trusty old desktop to a server and
> so far failing. The problem is that I want to use the onboard raid,
> which is the above mentioned chip, but the dapper live CD does not
> recognise the mirrorset as such but as two indendent disks. What i seem
> to need is the linuxraid kernel module, and these guys suggest a
> homebrew kernel: http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/ATA-RAID-HOWTO/nativeraid.html>> Now I'd rather not build my own live CD with me own kernel, and I have
> not been able to find anything on kernel 2.6.
>> is there anybody aware of a kernel parameter I can use, or any other
is a live CD installation necessary? if it's for a server, why not do the
necessary work - it's not like you're going to be reinstalling the OS every
time you reboot it.
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